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Kassarkod Backwaters

The northernmost district of Kerala, Kassarkod is situated on the sea coast using the Western Chats on its east and northern borders.Kasargod is recognized for its coir and handloom industries.Fishing is a prime supply of livelihood.Grey rocks and barren land amidst decse vegetation also as relaxed lagoons visible by way of the coconut palms alongside the coastal beltlend this districta uncommon and various splendor.

Tourist Attractions

Bekal Fort : The fort with historical and archaeological significance affords a wonderful see in the sea from its tall observation towers. This may be the greatest and best-preserved fort in Kerala. The Fort is perched atop a hill.It provides a strategic see of the countryside.

Fort at Chandragiri : The fort, a significant squarish 1 through the aspect of the river, is at Chandragiri, south-east of Kasargode. It was built in the 17th century by Sivappa Nayaka of Bedanore.

Manjeshwaram : It's just a little cashew-rich city in the northern suggestion in the district. It's the memorial to Govinda Pai, the grand patriarch of Kannada literature.

Best Time to Visit : August To March

How To Reach

Air : The nearest airport at Mangalore, 73 km absent.
Rail : Kasargode, a main stop in between Mangalore and Kannur.
Road : N H 17 goes by way of Kasargode. Kasargode-Puthoor( Karnataka) street results in Madikkery, Mysore and Bangalore. KSRTC operates buses to Mangalore and many elements of Kerala.